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Live football streaming: Watch Middlesbrough v Millwall in the Championship
The late kick-off in the Championship on Saturday sees Middlesbrough welcome Millwall to the Riverside Stadium in a match Boro need to win to maintain their push for a playoff place.
Bet365 are showing Middlesbrough v Millwall live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
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Having been amongst the leading pack of clubs during the early part of the season, Tony Mowbray’s side have suffered something of a nosebleed in recent weeks as their promotion charge has hit the rails.
Defeats to Ipswich, Barnsley and Crystal Palace have seen Middlesbrough slip back to sixth in the table, and Brighton are hot on their heels to moved into the final playoff place.
Boro have lost six of their last eight, winning just once in that run, and they are reeling from more bad new with Lukas Jutkiewicz (10 goals this season) out of action are picking up an ankle injury. Scott McDonald is also out with injury.
As for Millwall, punters looking to pick a team who could make a surprise drop from the division may be looking at the Lions to prove the value bet.
The south Londoners are in freefall in the league after registering five straight defeats on the bounce. Just six points above third-bottom Wolves, Millwall could yet find themselves in major relegation bother if their losing streak continues much longer.
- Updated: February 23, 2013